Pre-Conference Workshops

Wednesday 11th October

Venue: SMC (ICEN conference venue)

The following workshops will be held at the conference venue the morning of Wednesday 11th October prior to the Welcome Lunch.  Participation is an additional cost (except the two complimentary workshops).  Each workshops has a limited number of participants that can attend and bookings will be taken in a first come, first served basis.  Delegates and non-delegates as welcome to book.

Workshop 1

How to get started in clinically relevant research

Workshop 2

Clinician behaviour change

Workshop 3

Airway skills and team dynamics

Workshop 4

Paediatric minor injury management. Skin, teeth, bones and distraction
  • Facilitators: Prof Marg Fry, Prof Kate Curtis
  • Time: 0830-1030
  • Cost: Complimentary
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  • Facilitators: Dr Louise Atkins
  • Time: 0830-1030
  • Cost: CENA Member $35, Full-Time Student $35, Non-Member $70
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  • Facilitators: Dr Anthony Lewis, Dr Laurence Boss
  • Time: 0830-1030
  • Cost: CENA Member $35, Full-Time Student $35, Non-Member $70
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  • Facilitators: Glenda Mullen, Danielle Coates
  • Time: 0830-1315
  • Cost: CENA Member $50, Full-Time Student $50, Non-Member $100
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Workshop 5

Designing and conducting simulation.  Tricks and tips

Workshop 6

Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV); Overcoming challenges in the ED

Workshop 8

Art and craft of peer review

Workshop 9

Injury management skills (binders, splints, HFNP, eFast, xray)
  • Facilitators: Jane Cichero, Nadine Alcorn
  • Time: 0830-1315
  • Cost: CENA Member $50, Full-Time Student $50, Non-Member $100
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  • Facilitators: Claire Constantine (RN, BN, Grad Dip ICU)
  • Time: 0830-1030
  • Cost: CENA Member $35, Full-Time Student $35, Non-Member $70
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  • Facilitators: Prof Ramon Shaban, Prof Julie Considine
  • Time: 1115-1315
  • Cost: Complimentary
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  • Facilitators: Alex Tzannes, Rochelle Cummins
  • Time: 1115-1315
  • Cost: CENA Member $35, Full-Time Student $35, Non-Member $70
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Workshop 10

Self-care & well-being for emergency nurses – leading person centred compassionate care

Workshop 11

Vascular Access in the Critically-Ill Emergency Patient: I need Access NOW!
  • Facilitators: Suzanne Murray, Karen Tuqiri
  • Time: 1115-1315
  • Cost: CENA Member $35, Full-Time Student $35, Non-Member $70
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  • Facilitators: Leonie O’Callaghan (RN, BN, Grad Dip Perioperative) & Marguerita Cirillo (RN, BN, Grad Dip ICU, MN)
  • Time: 1115-1315
  • Cost: CENA Member $35, Full-Time Student $35, Non-Member $70
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POST CONFERENCE

CENA TNP Wollongong (NSW) 2017 | 14 – 15 Oct

EMERGENCY MODULE | Special pricing for anyone attending ICEN 2017

Short course on the essentials of trauma knowledge and practice. Useful as a first course in trauma or as a refresher. An optional assessment is delivered at the conclusion of the program. Following successful completion of the assessment you will receive a certificate of achievement.

TNP_300The CENA Trauma Nursing Program (CENA TNP) is an important initiative in trauma education for nurses in Australia. Australasian in context, this program provides instruction on the principles of trauma care, the opportunity to explore skills relevant to the trauma setting and seeks to develop the ability of Australian nurses to deliver trauma care in a variety of settings.
The Emergency Care Module has been developed for registered nurses providing emergency care to trauma patients across the lifespan, in metropolitan and rural departments. It also addresses issues faced in more remote settings. This module aims to build upon your theoretical knowledge and practice in Emergency Nursing, to develop your assessment and management in the area of common trauma conditions and related clinical skills.
Building upon nurses existing knowledge and skills, the program is designed primarily to equip nurses who are required to manage trauma patients for the short term, whilst awaiting transport or on an occasional basis. However, the program structure also enables nurses exposed frequently to trauma to develop a greater understanding of pathophysiology, assessment and management of trauma patients. Thus making these programs suitable to nurses with a variety of experience and knowledge.
All workshops are facilitated by experienced clinicians from around Australia, who use interactive teaching and case based discussion to deliver theory and practical sessions.

REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 1 September 2017

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